American prelate from the Roman Catholic Church who was simply the Archbishop of LA from 1948 to 1970. He was a runner on the brand new York STOCK MARKET, doing work for the brokerage company of H.L. Horton & Co, during his teenagers but declined a complete time work there to become listed on the Priesthood. He was frequently maligned for not really sufficiently helping the civil privileges movement. His mom was a dressmaker. He was among the cardinal electors within the papal conclave of 1963, which elected Pope Paul VI.